Send and receive files with other devices over WiFi
In the present state of technology development, there are very few places that do not have Wi-Fi. This wireless technology is everywhere and is used by a large number of devices, since it is highly flexible and compatible with any manufacturer's specifications. In fact, the Wi-Fi is so useful that is used by some companies to make programs like Superbeam.
Superbeam is a program that lets you send and receive files with other devices that use Superbeam. Therefore, it is widely used to transfer files between your computer and mobile devices, as there is also an excellent app for Android.
A good feature from Superbeam is that it uses a protocol called WiFi direct. This means that the source device and destination device can communicate with each other without having to set up an intermediate access point (enough that they are connected to the same Wi-Fi). So with Superbeam you can send any kind of files or even entire directories to your mobile phone and vice versa.
Superbeam operation is as simple as its interface. If you want to send files to your mobile phone, simply drag them to the interface Superbeam and wait a moment. There is a QR code, which must be scanned by the application on your mobile. If you want to send a packet to a device that does not have Superbeam installed (another laptop or Mac, for example) simply enter target device in a URL that the program will give you and place the security code that you will see on your computer.
To receive a file, simply start Superbeam and place the code created by the device that sends the file. If not, it is also possible to scan the code with a webcam.
If you are using Wi-Fi, you no longer have to carry a stack of wire with you to transfer your files: with Superbeam is enough.